What languages (and connectors) do you primarily use for MySQL?

I’m not a big fan of the polls, but I do think this one’s fairly significant: What is your primary programming language for developing MySQL applications?

Why? Because this means we know what connectors to give more love to. What kind of articles to write for the DevZone. While we might think Ruby is the next big thing since sliced bread, you folk might tell us that Delphi is probably larger than Ruby and we should be applying appropriate love there (I’m sure this statement is untrue, but for arguments sake, mmmkay?).

To vote, you actually have to click the Community link, to get to the DevZone, scroll down a bit, and get to the MySQL Quickpoll. Why can’t I link directly to the quickpoll? Why can’t you vote on the results page? That is left as an exercise to the reader…

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  • http://www.laptopbattle-mannheim.de/?lang=en Hakan Kuecuekyilmaz

    We had a quite similiar poll back in Dezember 2004.
    http://dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/quickpolls/favourite-connector.html

    It would be interesting to see the movers and shakers compared to the last poll.

    Best regards,

    Hakan

  • Markus Popp

    Hi Colin,

    your call has been heard. Voting is now also possible at http://dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/quickpolls/.

    We don’t want to allow voting directly on the results page though because there are sometimes polls where it may affect the outcome if the voter knows in advance how other people have voted (even though everybody can look it up, but probably only a minority does that).

    Cheers,
    Markus

  • http://www.bytebot.net/ byte

    I never got around to thanking you Markus. Good speedy work mate!

  • Markus Popp

    Hi Colin,

    your call has been heard. Voting is now also possible at http://dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/quickpolls/.

    We don't want to allow voting directly on the results page though because there are sometimes polls where it may affect the outcome if the voter knows in advance how other people have voted (even though everybody can look it up, but probably only a minority does that).

    Cheers,
    Markus


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